Last week Kelly Clarkson confessed that she likes to pee in the shower, and said that ‘anybody who says they don’t is lying’. This sparked intense debate amongst commenters, who had opinions rating from agreeing with Kelly, to saying it was gross, to saying it’s fine because it’s sterile and you can drink it.
Pete Wentz apparently agrees with the people who claim urine is sterile and drinkable. Pete made a video he posted on YouTube in which he’s seen drinking his own pee.
In the video, Pete says that the band are playing ‘pee roulette’, a game developed out of boredom, where they have ten bottles of juice (I think it’s juice) on stage, and one of pee. Pete will drink from all the randomly ordered bottles until he gets to the pee.
The video then shows Pete filling the bottle (from behind) and trying to get the other members of Fall Out Boy to smell it. Unsurprisingly they resist.
Lead Singer Patrick Stump then overshares a story about Pete peeing in the bathtub when they shared a house together. Then the act of diluting the pee and making it yellow like the juice is filmed for prosperity.
Pete plans to drink from the bottles between songs because ‘last time I did that I barfed’.
Pete is shown drinking the juice bottles during the performance, throwing the half empty containers to the audience. It’s a little unclear what happens but I think he drinks all of the pee.
View the video below if you want to.
Pete has seemed like less of a douchebag recently, talking lovingly about his new son, relationship with Ashlee Simpson and his battles with mental illness. Clearly when on tour without the civilizing influence of Ashlee he lets himself go. Into a bottle.
Note by Celebitchy: I really, truly believed I was reading about Pete Doherty until I got to the part about “Fall Out Boy” and had to change the picture in my mind to Pete Wentz.
Here’s the video. Helen described it well and if you’re eating, trying to drink a coffee, or considering eating or drinking anything in the next few hours, don’t bother watching it. It does have a few swear words and is NSFW without headphones.
Fall Out Boy is shown in concert in London on 3/6/09. Credit: Solarpix/PRPhotos